Where To Find Information On #FreeBritney Movement

Did you love the documentary Framing Britney Spears? Here are ways you can find out more about the #FreeBritney movement!

Ever since the premiere of Framing Britney Spears, fans and newcomers alike have been desperate for more clues to the mysterious life of the “Hit Me Baby One More Time” singer. With the rise of the #FreeBritney movement, which seeks to release Spears from a conservatorship between herself and her father Jaime Spears, many want to help. Despite the best efforts of the documentary, there is still so much we don’t know. Netflix has already hit the ground running by announcing their own documentary that will apparently fill in the gaps. However, not all of us can wait that long to find out more. If you’re one of those people who wants to take a deeper dive into this legal battle then sit tight and be prepared to do a lot of listening.

One of the most enduring outlets for information on the reclusive Spears has come from podcasts. After all, the recent popularity of the #FreeBritney movement has been spearheaded by the podcast Britney’s Gram. The concept was initially conceived as fun and lighthearted fare by comedians Tess Barker and Barbara Gray. Aimed at overanalyzing Britney’s sometimes odd and eclectic Instagram posts the hosts quickly realized that there is a deeper message to the posts that Britney shares with the world. Anyone who watched Framing Britney Spears will remember the women’s appearance in the documentary. If you want more information about Britney, the conservatorship, and her cryptic posts then you can find episodes of Britney’s Gram on the podcast’s official website for free!

Britney’s Gram isn’t the only podcast giving us the latest news on everything Britney Spears. Framing Britney Spears made many see the singer’s career in a newfound light, but in the podcast Eat, Pray, Britney is examining her entire career in a feminist light. The most recent episode explores Britney’s film debut in 2002’s Crossroads and how the film was initially hated upon release because of its female cast and crew. Also, if you’re someone who loves keeping track of your sources Eat, Pray, Britney has an extensive bibliography to dive into if you want to do your own independent research. Another highly recommended podcast is It’s Britney, Bitch! hosted by longtime Britney stans T. Kyle and Bradley Stern. Each episode dives into a year of Britney’s long and storied career. Those who want the full story from front to back should check out these podcasts.

Ultimately the quest to #FreeBritney is a waiting game. As the courts come to a decision about the singer’s conservatorship the best thing fans and activists can do is be there to support their favorite singer.

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Kelly Levine

Kelly Levine is a screenwriting student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and an intern at AfterBuzz TV. She hopes to one day pursue a career in television writing and production. Kelly loves television, movies, and all things nerdy in pop culture!